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AlabamaWhitecaps

$72.00 per sqm ADD TO WISHLIST

AlabamaWhitecaps

$72.00 per sqm ADD TO WISHLIST

Alabama premium solution dyed nylon carpet offers a blend of sophistication, luxury and outstanding performance. The dense pile provides superior comfort but is also hard wearing and suitable for heavy traffic areas.

This carpet is stain resistant, fade resistant, and anti-allergenic with outstanding performance.

The underlay that lies beneath your new carpet is equally as an important choice as the carpet itself. A good quality underlay provides superior warmth, comfort, acoustic and moisture properties. Underlay makes your new carpet soft and cushiony when walked on, extends the life of your carpet and can reduce energy costs.

  • Wear resistant
  • Fade resistant
  • Made in New Zealand
Anti-allergenic
Cut Pile Twist Design
Solution Dyed Nylon fibres have superior colourfast properties which resist fading caused by exposure to light or atmospheric contaminants

SPECIFICATIONS

Brand Godfrey Hirst
Style Cut Pile
Width 3.66m
Unique Code GHAL-105
Carpet Height 12mm +- 10%
Carpet Weight 55oz
NZ Made Yes
Total Thickness 15.5mm +- 10%
Fibre Solution Dyed Nylon

HOME PRICING EXAMPLES

Below are pricing examples for this product based on standard flooring plans

Approximate installed price:
$4,787 - $5,850
Approximate installed price:
$5,983 - $7,313
Approximate installed price:
$9,972 - $12,188
Approximate installed price:
$18,947 - $23,157

Terms & Conditions

This indicative pricing for the illustrated floor plans are based on professional installation of the selected carpet (above) on standard 10mm underlay.

  • These prices are indicative only to help you set a budget
  • Includes quality underlay – premium underlay is additional
  • Pricing allows for offcuts and waste
  • Pricing does not allow for stairs, floor preparation, travel, uplift and disposal of existing floor coverings and other incidentals
  • Pricing varies from region to region according to freight and installation labour costs